Thesaurus / tidal

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Birds were concentrated in the areas of mangrove swamp and on the tidal flats.

I had missed the tidal train, and I represented that this had caused me some inconvenience.

RecollectionsDavid Christie Murray

The greater part of the tidal flats are barren, while the remainder are far from fertile.

A Report upon the Mollusk Fisheries of MassachusettsCommissioners on Fisheries and Game

Except a tidal wave from Japan, nothing would seem to be able to affect or disturb it.

Our ItalyCharles Dudley Warner

He had left London, on the previous morning, by the tidal train, for Dover.

The MoonstoneWilkie Collins

I have given the accepted, and perhaps the more probable meaning; but the word is also well adapted to signify the tidal Ocean.

A tidal wave rolls landward, and twenty thousand human beings are drowned, or crushed to death.

God and my NeighbourRobert Blatchford

For the movement against slavery was now rising, with all the advance of a tidal wave and a mighty storm.

The Battle of PrinciplesNewell Dwight Hillis

There would come the destined moment—the tidal wave would rush gloriously inland.

Shadows of FlamesAmelie Rives

Does the elevation of the ocean cause the tidal flow, or does the tidal flow cause the elevation?

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